Vinod Kovoor is an Indian film actor best known for his work in Malayalam cinema. He got fame with his role Moidu in the popular comedy show Marimayam broadcast by Mazhavil Manorama, which conveys a real picture of public offices in Kerala. He is also known for his role as Moosakka in M80 Moosa, a serial in Media one channel. He has written books on his favorite realm mimicry and mono-act. His first book Ekabhinaya Samaharam has 25 scripts, and most of it deals with social issues and his second book Kalolsavam Monoact was also released. He got Best actor Award for the short film "Athe Karanathal" from the National Film Festival. He was best actor for consecutively four years in Kerala Kalolsavam. He won best Excellency award by Rotary, J.C.I. He also received Best Television Anchor Award by K.C.L, Best Comedy artist Award by Kerala Hasyavedi, Kazhcha Award and Best child artist award for the drama Chandrolsavam in Kambissery Nadakolsavam .His achayan role in the super hit short film "Nerariyathe" critically acclaimed.
|Occupation||Film director, Actor|
|Years active||2003 – present|
He is born to Unni and Ammalu at Kozhikode. He has two brothers Manoj, an advocate and Shivadas, an officer at Indonesia Corporation. Vinod pursued dual degree, in Sociology and in Malayalam from Zamorin's Guruvayurappan College, Kozhikode. He worked as a receptionist at a hotel after completing Hotel Management course. He is a trained Bharathanatyam dancer and a singer. He was a stage artist before entering movie industry. He also does mimicry and mono act. He started a mimicry troupe known as Tom & Jerry. He participated in reality shows in AmritaTV and SuryaTV which paved him a way to film field. He debuted with the movie Mazhanool Kanavu in 2003.
He is married to Devu. He also works as Personal trainer and Motivator for students. Currently he resides at Kovoor, Kozhikode with his family.
|2011||Adaminte Makan Abu|
|2012 – present||Marimayam||Mazhavil Manorama||Moidu|
|2014 – present||M80 Moosa||Media One||M80 Moosa/Moosa|
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